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P2636 Diagnostic Trouble Code Discussion for May 2009

Fuel Transfer Pump Flow Insufficient


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Trouble Ticket Help Requests for DTC P2636
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2005 GMC Sierra 3500 6.6L fuel overflow VIN: 1GDJC342X5
P2636: Fuel Transfer Pump Flow Insufficient. This li'l gem was here when I started in January(thats my "I didnt do it" disclaimer) and I was told it was repaired. The history of the truck was that it would run out of fuel in one tank and not read empty or set a MIL or kick the gauge to empty. So ...
May 28, 2009
2005 GMC Sierra 3500 6.6L No Start, Cuts out, fuel transfer VIN: 1GDJC342X5
P2636: Fuel Transfer Pump Flow Insufficient. This li'l gem was here when I started in January(thats my "I didnt do it" disclaimer) and I was told it was repaired. The history of the truck was that it would run out of fuel in one tank and not read empty or set a MIL or kick the gauge to empty. So ...
May 29, 2009
2005 GMC Sierra 3500 6.6L fuel overflow VIN: 1GDJC342X5
P2636: Fuel Transfer Pump Flow Insufficient. This li'l gem was here when I started in January(thats my "I didnt do it" disclaimer) and I was told it was repaired. The history of the truck was that it would run out of fuel in one tank and not read empty or set a MIL or kick the gauge to empty. So ...
May 28, 2009
2005 GMC Sierra 3500 6.6L No Start, Cuts out, fuel transfer VIN: 1GDJC342X5
P2636: Fuel Transfer Pump Flow Insufficient. This li'l gem was here when I started in January(thats my "I didnt do it" disclaimer) and I was told it was repaired. The history of the truck was that it would run out of fuel in one tank and not read empty or set a MIL or kick the gauge to empty. So ...
May 29, 2009